t01-//Casey Jones t02-Mama Tried t03-Loser t04-Big Boss Man t05-Me And Bobbie McGee t06-Bertha t07-Cumberland Blues t08-//Big Railroad Blues t09-Playing in the Band t10-Hard To Handle t11-Sugar Magnolia
t12-//Trucking >> t13-Drums >> t14-Good Lovin' t15-I Second that Emotion t16-Greatest Story >> t17-Johnny B. Goode t18-//Uncle John's Band
Digitally Remastered using a custom built, Dual-DAW, nicknamed Bertha, by firstname.lastname@example.org. Completed January 6, 2006.
Frequency analysis revealed a strange upward slope from around 12khz out beyond 22khz. This is why the high end is so bright and tinny sounding. It's not known what caused this, though, it is not very common to see this on a master reel source. Perhaps the recorder had an extended range setting that was set improperly or possibly recorded with dolby and played back without dolby. In any case, the curve was corrected, making for a more natural sounding high end.
The mix is all over the place, sometimes perfect and sometimes overdriven and badly distorted. Together with the cuts, somebody must have been a bit too Stoned. And at the Catholic Center no less...the shame. LOL!
right now im on me and bobby and they are rockin; pig's harp on big boss is hot. great recording. one of the best ive heard. i so wish i had been in greensboro last night. inspiring, you gotta listen to this
May 26, 2008 Subject:
This show really should be high on anyone's list. Excellent sound quality and great performances. A very nice Bobby McGee.